Scott Sparling's debut novel "Wire to Wire"-- memorable characters and a relentless pace
Host David Naimon interviews Portland writer Scott Sparling about his debut novel, Wire to Wire, from Tin House Books.
A pick of the week by Publisher's Weekly, they call Wire to Wire "well crafted and thrilling, tying together an obvious love for both Michigan and railroads with an expert sense of timing and plot. The world he has created is both overwhelming and exhilarating, thanks in no small part to a large ensemble of memorable characters and a relentless pace. Indeed, hardly a page goes by without some sort of fantastic calamity throwing Slater and company into further turmoil—when the most peaceful passages of the story are speed-addled, that's saying something—but it's done so well that hopping off this runaway train would never cross a reader's mind.”
- Title: Scott Sparling's debut novel "Wire to Wire"-- memorable characters and a relentless pace
- Producer: David Naimon
- Length: 28:07 minutes (12.88 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 64Kbps (CBR)